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|Elevation||1,514 m (4,967 ft) |
|Prominence||204 m (669 ft) |
|Isolation||2.57 km (1.60 mi) |
|Listing||13th highest mountain in Tasmania|
|Location||Central Highlands Tasmania, Australia|
|Parent range||Du Cane|
|Topo map||4235 Du Cane 1:25000|
|Age of rock||Jurassic|
|Easiest route||Walk / hike via the Overland Track|
With an elevation of 1,514 metres (4,967 ft) above sea level, it is the thirteenth highest mountain in Tasmania. It is a major feature of the national park, and is a popular venue with bushwalkers and mountain climbers.
- Parks Tasmania
- Kiernan , Kevin (1992). "Mountain geomorphology and the Last Glaciation at Lake St Clair" (PDF). Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania. Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Tasmania. 126: 47–57. OCLC 271191704. Retrieved 7 June 2015.
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